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The Early Assurance Program (EAP) allows high school seniors and first year college students to apply early to OSU's Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program. Admission to the EAP is competitive, and requires full-time attendance at OSU or one of our partner institutions throughout the undergraduate program. As an EAP student, you'll be required to maintain a minimum GPA and meet other requirements to remain in the program. All EAP students will apply through PharmCAS as Early Decision applicants during their final year of undergraduate work and have a final admissions interview.

Students interested in the EAP who are not already admitted to/enrolled at OSU, must also apply separately for admission to Oregon State University, following the directions on the Office of Admissions website.